Supporting Network Access and Service Location in Dynamic Environments

Abstract

The ubiquity of WLAN services, ranging from campus networks to commercial hotspots and community WLAN services, requires a new approach for automatically locating and using services. We present a service selection infrastructure independent of the current network attachment and location of users in a way that users can obtain information of a specific… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kutscher2007SupportingNA, title={Supporting Network Access and Service Location in Dynamic Environments}, author={Dirk Kutscher and J{\"o}rg Ott and Steffen Bartsch}, year={2007} }